2016 Nissan LEAF ratings and reviews

The 2016 Nissan Leaf has many features and amenities you wouldn't expect to find in an electric car. The inside is decently roomy, with space for up to five and 24-cubic-feet of cargo space in the back. It's available in three trim levels, each of which has a wealth of standard features. The base model, Leaf S, has cruise control, Bluetooth, a rearview camera, and heated front and back seats. The S trim has a 24-kWh battery pack, which gives it an 84-mile range. Meanwhile, the other two trims, the SV and SL, now have a 30-kWh battery, boosting the range to 107 miles. You also get the NissanConnect app suite, navigation, and 17-inch wheels on the SV and SL models. A 6.6-kWh charger on the SL and SV models charges the Leaf in five hours. The base model has a 3.6-kWh charger standard, which charges the vehicle in about eight hours.

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The 2016 Nissan Leaf has many features and amenities you wouldn't expect to find in an electric car. The inside is decently roomy, with space for up to five and 24-cubic-feet of cargo space in the back. It's available in three trim levels, each of which has a wealth of standard features. The base model, Leaf S, has cruise control, Bluetooth, a rearview camera, and heated front and back seats. The S trim has a 24-kWh battery pack, which gives it an 84-mile range. Meanwhile, the other two trims, the SV and SL, now have a 30-kWh battery, boosting the range to 107 miles. You also get the NissanConnect app suite, navigation, and 17-inch wheels on the SV and SL models. A 6.6-kWh charger on the SL and SV models charges the Leaf in five hours. The base model has a 3.6-kWh charger standard, which charges the vehicle in about eight hours.




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